The first session of Manroland printing technology training was successfully completed
27 trainees together with their trainers celebrated the successful conclusion of the first session of Manroland print technology training and also commemorate their participation and efforts.
During the 18-days training and exchange, through online learning of advanced offset printing theoretical knowledge and offline trainers’ explanation and practical operation, the trainees have a systematic understanding of the operation, commissioning, mechanical and electrical characteristics of Manroland printing machine, and also have a comprehensive understanding of Manroland's products and corporate culture.
The purpose of such professional training is to train a group of leading talents with high quality, professional expertise and real ability to analyze and handle problems. Adhering to the purpose of being responsible for the enterprise and the trainees, Manroland implements the training policy of “Easy in And Strict out”. After precisely organizing the trainees to complete the course in the Print Technology Center, Manroland will continue to pay attention to the trainees and comprehensively consider their actual performance.
The moment the trainees entered the Print Technology Center, they had already stepped onto a new stage of their career. Here they can reshape their career ideals and values. Pay attention to learning and progress, more ideals and ambitions, more brilliant life.
Seeing everyone in high spirits, we feel extremely stressed and full of confidence. we believe that all the trainees participated in the training can learn and benefit a lot.
About Manroland Sheetfed
Manroland Sheetfed GmbH is a leading German producer of sheetfed offset litho printing presses. Founded in 1871, the company is one of the oldest producers of printing presses in the world. Today the company has its own subsidiaries in over 40 countries and is a global watchword for supreme quality and reliability. Manroland Sheetfed GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately owned UK engineering group, Langley Holdings plc .